Clive Bell Net Worth
Clive Bell makes how much a year? For this question we spent 18 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $62,9 Million.
Clive Bell information Birth date: 1881-09-16 Death date: 1964-09-18 Profession:Music Department, Soundtrack, Composer Spouse:Vanessa Bell
:How tall is Clive Bell – 1,71m.
How much weight is Clive Bell – 71kg
Biography,OriginsBell was born in East Shefford, Berkshire, in 1881, the third of four children of William Heward Bell (1849–1927) and Hannah Taylor Cory (1850–1942). He had an elder brother (Cory), an elder sister (Lorna, Mrs Acton), and a younger sister (Dorothy, Mrs Hony). His father was a civil engineer who built his fortune in the family coal mines in Wiltshire in England and Merthyr Tydfil in Wales – a family which drew its wealth from Welsh mines and expended it on the destruction of wild animals. They lived at Cleeve House in Seend, near Devizes, Wiltshire, which was adorned with Squire Bells many hunting trophies.Marriage and other relationshipsHe was educated at Marlborough and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he studied history. In 1902 he received an Earl of Derby scholarship to study in Paris, where his interest in art originated. Upon his return to England, he moved to London, where he met and married artist Vanessa Stephen, sister of Virginia Woolf, early in 1907.By World War I their marriage was over. Vanessa had begun a lifelong relationship with Duncan Grant and Clive had a number of liaisons with other women such as Mary Hutchinson. However, Clive and Vanessa never officially separated or divorced. Not only did they keep visiting each other regularly, they also sometimes spent holidays together and paid family visits to Clives parents. Clive lived in London but often spent long stretches of time at the farmhouse of Charleston, where Vanessa lived with Duncan and her three children by Clive and Duncan. He fully supported her wish to have a child by Duncan and allowed this daughter, Angelica, to bear his surname. Clive and Vanessa had two sons (Julian and Quentin), who both became writers. Julian joined the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War as an ambulance driver. He was killed in 1937 by an enemy shell, aged 29.Vanessas daughter by Duncan, Angelica Garnett (nee Bell), was raised as Clives daughter until she married. She was informed, by her mother Vanessa, just prior to her marriage and shortly after her brother Julians death, that in fact Duncan Grant was her biological father.According to historian Stanley Rosenbaum, Bell may, indeed, be the least liked member of Bloomsbury. Bell has been found wanting by biographers and critics of the Group – as a husband, a father, and especially a brother-in-law. It is undeniable that he was a wealthy snob, hedonist, and womaniser, a racist and an anti-Semite (but not a homophobe), who changed from a liberal socialist and pacifist into a reactionary appeaser. Bells reputation has led to his being underestimated in the history of Bloomsbury.Significant FormSoon after Bell met Roger Fry, he developed his art theory called significant form. Bell and Fry shared a passion for contemporary French art. Bells book Art (1914) was where his theory was first published. Bell describes this theory as lines and colours combined in a particular way, certain forms, and relations of forms, that stir our aesthetic emotions. This form can be seen in art created by many members of the Bloomsbury Group, including Interior at Gordon Square by Duncan Grant.
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